Postive Infektionsversuche mit trypanosoma brucei durch Glossina palpalis.
This parasite was discovered in 1902 and was named trypanosoma gambiensi (Fig. 111).
trypanosoma lewisi, a parasite of rats, is perhaps the best known as it is always common where-ever rats are found.
The rle of Stomoxys calcitrans in the transmission of trypanosoma evansi.
The mouse is also attacked by favus, and the rat is often infected with trypanosoma Lewisi.
trypanosoma sanguinis, Gruby (Haematoflagellates), from the blood of Rana esculenta.
trypanosoma cruzi is the causative organism of a disease common in some regions of Brazil, where it is known as "opilacao."
It appears, however, that these cases are due to a different parasite, trypanosoma rhodesiense.
The finding of the trypanosoma by microscopic examination of the blood will be conclusive evidence for diagnosis.
trypanosoma lewisi is transmitted from rat to rat by fleas and by lice.
Trypanosoma Try·pan·o·so·ma (trĭ-pān'ə-sō'mə)
A genus of parasitic flagellate protozoa of the family Trypanosomatidae, transmitted to the vertebrate bloodstream, lymph, and spinal fluid by certain insects and often causing diseases such as sleeping sickness in humans and various other diseases in domesticated animals.